In the construction industry, scaffolding is a common sight. For workers to build high structures safely and efficiently, they must be able to set up scaffolding quickly and disassemble it just as easily when their work is done. The safety procedures for using scaffolding are also important for worker safety. In this blog post we will discuss some of these products that can improve the safety of your company’s employees who use scaffolding on-site.
The Correct SAFETY HARNESS, providing users with a comfortable harness that can be worn for long duration, stays secure and does not slacken. It will keep your staff safer, and increase productivity
The AR-01074 harness from ARESTA is one such harness.
- Elasticated webbing, less restrictive, but still secure.
- Quick-connect buckles, making it easier to put on.
- Complete circular chest strap keeps the harness in shape and provides a rescue ring.
- Kevlar elasticated webbing prevents wear and tear.
The Correct HELMET, is very important. Protect you head with the correct safety helmet, tested to the required standards. The ideal helmet is designed to stay attached to the head even when you fall.
The AR+04035 helmet tested for EN397 and EN12492, it is the scaffolder choice
- 4-point chin strap
- Very light weight.
- Reflective marking to increase visibility.
- Side lateral protection
The Correct TOOL BELT, using the right tool belt with retractable lanyard tethers, will prevent trip hazards.
Scaffold belt, with the slick retractors, is designed to give easy access to your tools, while preventing trip hazards, this increase productivity.
- Retractable lanyard tether in each frog/pouch.
- Light weight material
- Comfort back support